The network setup page displays all of the configured network and wireless settings on the device.
Procedure: Printing the Network Setup Page
IMPORTANT: Verify that the Wi-Fi light is 'ON' before attempting to print the network setup page. If the printer has been inactive for a period of time and the display has turned off, press to reactivate it.
|1||Starting at the home Setup Menu, repeatedly press until Setup is highlighted.|
|3||Press until Network Setup is highlighted.|
Note: Step 5 yields a Wired & Wireless page. For a Wireless Only page, go to Step 7.
|5||Press until Print Network Setup Page is highlighted.|
|6||Press . The printer will display Printing Page 1 of 1.|
|Alternative||Wireless Setup Page (continuing from Step 4...)|
|7||Press until Wireless Menu is highlighted.|
|9||Print Wireless Setup Page will be the first highlighted option. Press again. The printer will display Printing Page 1 of 1.
NOTE: This page will not display any wired network settings.
NOTE: Press (Back button) to return to a previous screen. Press this button repeatedly to go back to the home Setup Menu.
Key to Control Panel Buttons
|four-way directional button|
|Dual-purpose Back or Save button|
Click here for a complete explanation of all X9350 button functions.
Network Setup Page: Default (out of box) Settings Explained
Default Setting Value Description Network Card Status Not Connected
This value indicates the current network state of the device. Connected will show only after successful software installation.
Note: This value can also signal a communication problem.
Bitrate 0 Mbps (megabit per second)
Bit rate is based on the connection method and the condition of the network.
Network connection methods (modes) include:
- Infrastructure (54 – 100+ Mbps)
- Wired (10 – 100+ Mbps)
- Ad-hoc (11 Mbps)
End-of-Job Timeout (E.O.J) 90 (seconds)
The E.O.J. timeout value determines how long the network adapter will maintain an open TCP/IP port connection with the host (PC) should the host fail to send an End-of-Job command. The value can be adjusted through the Embedded Web Server (EWS)*.
Note: A value of 0 (zero) disables this feature and shifts all port control to the host.
UAA (universally administered address) 002000026DD2
The value of the MAC address, or network hardware address, is a device-unique identifier.
Note: If your network uses MAC address filtering, provide the MAC address to your network. Refer to your router/access point documentation or network administrator.
Hint: This value aids the end user in two ways:
- Helps identify the printer during a wired network installation. See Steps 12 and 20 of the Windows Network Setup Guide.
- A portion of the UAA becomes part of the created port name. This helps identify the correct port name under the Ports tab of driver Properties.
LAA (locally administered address) 000000000000
If set, this value disables and replaces the UAA. This is not advised except for network administrators that require a special hardware naming convention. The value can be adjusted through the Embedded Web Server (EWS)*.
Warning! This value must be unique for the customer's network. Having a duplicate hardware address can cause serious networking issues.
Part Number 30B0100 Product Part Number EC 5D0006W Lexmark Internal Firmware Version LC.DA.P071 Network code level.
Firmware can be flashed or upgraded through the Embedded Web Server (EWS)*.
Compl 28 - Sep-06 11:01, mls-bld Lexmark Internal Password Not Set
Prevents unauthorized users from making configuration setting changes to the printer.
Password can be set through the Embedded Web Server (EWS)*.
Integrated Network Option Settings Printer Type 9300 Series
Identifies the Printer Device ID.
Note: No functionality unless it displays a value other than 9300 series.
TCP/IP Active ON Ready to accept TCP/IP network traffic. Enable DHCP ON
Ready to accept a DHCP server-administered IP parameters (IP, netmask, gateway, etc.)
Note: Wireless routers serve as DHCP servers. See wireless router/access point documentation for further information.
Address Source Auto IP This setting identifies the IP address source.
The three possible values are as follows:
- Auto IP – Automatic assignment of a 169.254.#.# address after ~20-30 seconds.
- DHCP – Automatic assignment of IP parameters. Requires DHCP to be active on the network.
- Manual – Static IP parameters manually entered on the printer will yield this message.
Address (IP) 0.0.0.0 No address available. Configuration required. Netmask 255.255.255.0 Sometimes referred to as Subnet Netmask. Gateway 0.0.0.0
No address available. Configuration required.
Note: The value is determined by local (LAN-based) router or outside (WAN-based) router.
Fully Qualified Domain Name ET002000026DD2
Also, default Host Name.
The value can be changed through the Embedded Web Server (EWS)*.
Zero Configuration Name 9300 Series
This setting plays an important role in the creation of ports with Macintosh computers.
The value can be changed through the Embedded Web Server (EWS)*.
Wireless BSS Type (connection method/mode) Ad hoc Default Ad-hoc value will be replaced by Infrastructure in most cases. SSID (network name)
This value is often replaced by the wireless router/access point SSID. Notice the last six digits of the MAC address.
The value can be changed through the Embedded Web Server (EWS).*
Wireless Disabled Not yet configured. Preferred Channel Number Auto Ad-hoc mode requires a specific channel, but Infrastructure channel is determined by the router/access point. Trouble Code Can't associate with wireless network Brief description of connection status.
Configured Network Settings Page (Infrastructure Mode example)
NOTE: Changed or additional settings appear in RED.
Default Setting Value Description Network Card Status Connected Represents successful configuration and communication Bit rate 54Mbps See out-of-box explanation above. End-of-Job timeout (E.O.J) 90 (seconds) UAA (universally administered address) 002000026DD2 LAA (locally administered address) 000000000000 Part Number 30B0100 EC 5D0006W Firmware Version LC.DA.P071 Compl 28 - Sep-06 11:01, mls-bld Password Not Set Integrated Network Option Settings Printer Type 9300 Series TCP/IP Active ON Enable DHCP ON Address Source DHCP The Access Point, functioning as a DHCP server, performed its job of assigning IP parameters to the printer. Address (IP) 192.168.0.103 This value is the address assigned to the printer network adapter by the wireless router/access point. Netmask 255.255.255.0 Gateway 192.168.0.1 This value is equivalent to the router's gateway. Fully Qualified Domain Name ET002000026DD2 DHCP Server 192.168.0.1 Since the access point is serving as the DHCP server, the DHCP Server address value is the same as the wireless router's IP address. Zero Configuration Name 9300 Series Wireless BSS Type: Infrastructure This will result after successful configuration to the access point. SSID: aa8sg4d The network name will automatically populate this field after successful configuration. Wireless Security Mode WEP (WPA, WPA2) The security mode will auto-populate if configured properly. WEP Authentication Mode Auto Default WEP transmit key 1 For security reasons this field will only indicate how many keys were entered. Signal Strength -29dBm Radio frequency power of wireless printer adapter measured in decibels/milliwatts.
Scale: -1dBm is stronger than -80dBm.
Current Access Point 0052C42B2256 The access point's MAC address Current Channel 6 Configured frequency used to communicate between access point and printer Quality Excellent Signal strength between access point and printer
*How to access the Embedded Web Server (EWS):
NOTE: The embedded web server, or printer web page, is only accessible after the printer has been successfully configured on the network.
Step Action 1 Open your preferred web browser application (e.g. Internet Explorer). 2 Enter the printer's IP address after http:// (e.g. 188.8.131.52). 3 Press ENTER on the keyboard.
Related Topic Links
If continuing... Then...
to set up the printer in an Infrastructure network environment (i.e. access points and routers)
Note: This is the recommended procedure if you are connected to the Internet.
Click here to set up the printer in an Ad hoc network environment (i.e. wireless-equipped PC directly to printer) Click here to set up the printer in a Wired network environment Click here to troubleshoot wireless printing issues Click here
Still Need Help?
Please contact Lexmark Technical Support for additional assistance. NOTE: When calling for support, you will need to know your printer model type and serial number (SN).
Please call from near the printer and computer in case the technician asks you to perform a task involving one of the devices.